Lafourche Pride Awards

Sheriff Craig Webre annually honors employees and civilians for commendable work, distinguished service, and saving lives through the Lafourche Pride Awards. Please visit the CLICK HERE for more information on this annual program.

Agency Honors and Awards

Under the direction and leadership of Sheriff Craig Webre, the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office first achieved national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies in 2000 and was re-accredited consecutively in 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015, and 2020 – receiving Accreditation with Excellence in 2015 and Meritorious status in 2020 (for 15 straight years of accreditation). The LPSO Training Academy and Communications Section were also accredited in 2020, leading to the first every CALEA Tri-Arc Accreditation Status. The LPSO Transitional Work Program is nationally accredited by the American Correctional Association. The program first achieved national accreditation in 2004 and was re-accredited consecutively in 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. The program is in line for re-accreditation in 2021, and the Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex is in line for its initial ACA Accreditation in 2021 as well.

Here is a list of awards and honors the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office has received:

Individual Honors & Awards

Sheriff Craig Webre instills in each and every employee to strive for excellence. This has resulted in employees receiving numerous awards and honors. While the local awards are too numerous to list here, these are current employees who have received honors at the national and state levels:

National & State Leadership

Sheriff Craig Webre encourages employees to actively participate in professional development and networking through state and national organization. During his tenure, Sheriff Webre and members of his staff have been elected to multiple state and national offices of professional associations:

For information on local awards, please visit the Lafourche Pride Awards section.